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The DIY Unicorn Bridal Shower of Your Dreams

Get ready for the unicorn bridal shower inspiration of your dream! I wanted to take the adorable fairy tale dreams I had as a kid and give them a more sophisticated spin, with white sequins, gold glitter and opalescent flowers. Even better, every detail in this iridescent rainbow design can easily be crafted with the…

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DIY Cake Topper Tutorial with Cricut

I’m so excited to finally share my DIY cake topper tutorial! I was inundated with questions about how I made the sparkly gold decor in my glitter and glam engagement party shoot, so I wanted to share the step by step process for making these fun and easy cake toppers!

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  • In my own opinion, I think using a calligraphy strong font is much better than the slender font. The design would be able to hold itself and not bend. I have made some slender fonts in the past and I always get frustrated when it would bend during the event. Thou there are times i use slender fonts for some designs as requested by my clients. 🙂 By the way, I like the infinity love and celebrate design.ReplyCancel

  • Fay

    Did you use the modge podge for the cardboard backing and the glitter cardstock? ReplyCancel

    • You can use it to adhere a cardboard backing to the glitter if you feel like the topper needs to be reinforced – I only used it to attach the cardstock to the skewers since it felt durable enough to me!ReplyCancel

  • Casandra Martinez

    What size bamboo skewers do you use?ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Thanks for the tutorial! Do those fonts come in the Cricut DesignSpace App? I’m looking to create a customized cake topper for a friend on the Cricut at my local library. How would I go about creating the actual worded design? Thanks!ReplyCancel

    • Hi Sarah,

      I created all of the topper designs using InDesign! I would recommend using a design program of some kind to create your custom topper, then exporting it as a .png. Once you have your custom .png, you can follow the rest of the tutorial to upload to DesignSpace. I used a few custom designs that I created myself, and the November Starlight script for the lettered ones! I hope that helps!ReplyCancel

  • […] You can easily create cardstock cut outs with a knife, use a personalized cutting machine like in this tutorial from Hey Wedding Lady or get them professionally laser cut. Or if you or your future spouse is […]ReplyCancel

  • Vanathi

    What fonts are you using? I love your work!ReplyCancel

  • […] a little sparkle to your cakes with the adorable glitter cardstock cupcake topper by The Wedding Lady. Making cupcake toppers is so easy – all you need is cardstock, bamboo skewers, and a paint […]ReplyCancel

Holiday Wish List for the Bride to Be

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and today’s holiday wish list for the bride to be will be sure to make it that much more wonderful for anyone on your wishlist! Thoughtful, fun, and glamorous gifts were picked out with an eye to making the bride-to-be’s life that much better, but there’s something for everyone!

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  • Wedding Planner in India

    nice list, thank you for sharing the blog, well done.ReplyCancel

Styling a Glitter and Glam Engagement Party with Cricut | Sponsored

I had the best time putting together this modern gold glitter glam engagement party inspiration! I partnered with Cricut to share ideas for couples planning a personal and unique wedding or engagement, and I had to put my own spin on it with rich pink and lots of sparkle! I already have a passion for graphic design and typography, and the Cricut Explore Air made it so easy to take those flat designs and turn them into gorgeous reality!

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DIY Gold Glitter Mug for Mr. Right and Mrs. Always Right

I am so excited to share my first tutorial for this adorable DIY gold glitter mug design! Partnering with Cricut has been an amazing way to indulge my passion for graphic design and combine it with what I’m building with this blog. I created this design with a wedding present for a very sweet friend in mind and today’s post tweaked it to create a shareable version! Read on for a DIY tutorial to create these adorable glitter mugs for Mr. Right and Mrs. Always Right!

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Berry and Rose Gold Glam Wedding Inspiration

Introducing my new favorite palette – berry and rose gold glam! It combines two of my biggest loves, rich color and a hint of metallic sparkle. A glittering wedding dress, lavender and fig colored flowers, and a timeless rose gold engagement ring make this palette unforgettable!

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  • Vanessa

    Can this pallet be used for a spring wedding lets say May?ReplyCancel

    • I would absolutely say yes! The lighter blush hues are gorgeous for spring, and I love adding a little balance to a palette, so darker berries and metallics can still feel in season. I think spring flowers, soft, ethereal fabrics, and hints of darker color as punctuation would make it perfect for May.ReplyCancel

  • Absolutely beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • I like this post a lot, thanks for sharing. This palette will make unforgettable wedding! Very romantic flowers, delicious wedding cake, nice shoes and dress.ReplyCancel